Microsoft is working hard to get the new Chromium-based Edge browser ready for its splendid moments, although the development team is currently updating the Canary and Dev versions regularly, and has not provided details on when the browser will be officially released. But according to the latest findings released by Rafael Rivera on Twitter, the accompanying code in the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview version for the Fast Ring indicates that the Chromium engine may become the Windows default browser in 20H1.
18936 showing work on Edge removal, making room for Chredge.
(velocity HideUwpEdgeFromAppListIfWin32EdgePresent / tfs 21743510)
— Rafael Rivera (@WithinRafael) July 11, 2019
According to Microsoft ‘s typical timetable, Windows 10 20H1 is expected to be ready in March 2020, and the public-facing launch should start in April or May of the same year.